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Gemistus Pletho

Georgius Gemistus, later called Plethon, was one of the most renowned philosophers of the late Byzantine era. He was a chief pioneer of the revival of Greek scholarship in Western Europe. As revealed in his last literary work, the Nomoi or Book of Laws, which he only circulated among close friends, he rejected Christianity in favour of a return to the worship of the classical Hellenic Gods, mixed with ancient wisdom based on Zoroaster and the... Read More

Born1355/1360
Constantinople
Died1452/1454
Mystras
EraRenaissance philosophy
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